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The Hop is the key place on campus for experiencing the arts—as a performer, audience member, film buff, craftsperson, crew member behind the scenes, or arts educator. Find out what the Hop can offer you!
Discover artists from around the globe like Lea DeLaria, Youssou NDOUR, Mitsuko Uchida and the National Theatre—all coming this season.
Catch your friends performing jazz, classical, pop, dance and theater. Audition to join an ensemble or production, or come see your fellow students perform—all fall ensemble tickets are free for ’22s.
Watch great movies every weekend Meet special guests like director Barry Jenkins and actor David Harbour ’97. We screen 30+ movies each term including Telluride at Dartmouth each September, and high-definition broadcasts of the world’s leading opera, theater and art exhibitions. Dartmouth student tickets are $5 for films and $10 for HD broadcasts. Met Opera tickets are free for Dartmouth students!
Stop by the Top of the Hop for artist talks, pop-up performances and late night arts-infused happenings at Thursday Night Live, debuting October 11.
Create work in the academic departments of Theater, Music, Film & Media Studies and Studio Art. View the Arts at Dartmouth
Experiment and collaborate in the Hop Garage, three multi-use spaces that students can reserve to rehearse, develop projects and host intimate events.
Join Arts Ambassadors to connect with other ’22s who love the arts Free tickets, pre-show discussions with free food and behind-the-scenes time with artists.
Make money and build your resume working at the Hop in the Box Office, backstage, front-of-house and planning events. View Student Positions
Connect with influential artists from around the world through class visits, master classes and Curricular Connections.
Join the Dartmouth Film Society to talk about your favorite films and make movies together. Eamil email@example.com to find out more.
Gain real-world experience as a Hop Fellow in a multi-year program to develop skills and leadership in the arts.
Share your talents in public school classrooms around the region with the START program (Students Teaching in the Arts)!
Funding Opportunities for Dartmouth students who initiate projects in the visual and performing arts are now eligible to apply for funding.
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tickets to visiting artist shows
tickets to most films and all Ensemble performances
tickets to the Met Opera in HD and to Ensembles this fall (for ’22s only)
Swing by the Box Office to pay by DASH. Open 10–6 Mon–Sat or open all the time online at hop.dartmouth.edu
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